Are you intrigued by a career in museums? Ever wondered what happens behind-the-scenes? Do you like to talk and think about museums?
The Haffenreffer Museum of Anthropology Student Group welcomes undergraduate and graduate students who are interested in exploring museums with like-minded peers. Members participate in professional development opportunities, work on projects, take field trips to local museums, and regularly discuss issues facing museums today.
Student Group Leaders
Béatrice Duchastel de Montrouge is a sophomore from Seattle, Washington double concentrating in American Studies and the History of Art and Architecture. As a lifelong museum lover, she is excited to be a co-president of the Haffenreffer Museum Student Group and hopes to one day be a museum curator. Outside of studying museums, history, and art, she loves conducting in the Brown Band and hanging out on the fourth floor of the Rock.
Zoe Zimmermann is a junior from Florida who is concentrating in history. As a lifelong lover of museums, she is thrilled to be co-leading the Haffenreffer Museum Student Group this year and is looking forward to sharing her museum passion with the Brown community!